Strategic Imitation

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Strategic imitation relates to the possibility that existing firms or new entrants will imitate a company’s competitive position. Without barriers to prevent imitation, if your firm is successful, you will likely face greater competition as other companies enter the market or change their offerings to more directly compete with you.

This collection of articles explores the impact of strategic imitation – and approaches to avoid greater direct competition from strategic imitation.

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